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Vietnam Regions

  • The North, around Hanoi (Hà Nội): from the Red River Delta to high mountains near China, to the World Heritage site Ha Long Bay, the North harbors some of the most magnificent views of Vietnam in an exotic context.
  • The Central Coast, around the ancient city of Hue (Huế), is the home of the still recent Vietnamese kings, and features one of the nicest old seacoast towns in Vietnam: Hoi An (Hội An), A World Heritage Site.
  • The Central Highlands, are hilly and covered with lush forest, features tribes and the occasional elephant, but is still accessible to the more adventurous. Dalat, the former retreat of the French is the largest city in the Central Highlands with a great golf course and the tallest mountain nearby.
  • The South, is the economic engine of Vietnam, built around Ho Chi Minh City (Thành Phố Hồ Chí Minh, former Saigon) but also covering the lush and little-visited Mekong Delta, the rice basket of Vietnam.
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  • Hanoi (Hà Nội) – the capital
  • Haiphong (Hải Phòng) – the “port city”, a major port in north Vietnam
  • Can Tho (Cần Thơ) – the largest city in southwest Vietnam
  • Dalat (Đà Lạt) – the largest city in the highlands
  • Da Nang (Đà Nẵng) – a major port in central Vietnam
  • Ho Chi Minh City (Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh) – Vietnam’s largest city and the economic centre of the south, formerly Saigon (Sài Gòn)
  • Hoi An (Hội An) – delightfully well-preserved ancient port, near the ruins of Mỹ Sơn
  • Hue (Huế) – former home of Vietnam’s emperors
  • Nha Trang – burgeoning beach resort
  • Phan Thiet (Phan Thiết) – “the resort capital” with Mui Ne beach.
  • Vinh – the major city in northern Vietnam with very nice Cua lo beach.
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